How does the tribunal know if the enemy or ally is lying?

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HYKUUU

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08-22-2012

Like if the enemy reports you for hacking but you really aren't.. they just want you banned...how would the tribunal know?


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ßårtõLõtråß

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08-22-2012

they don't, that's why its fail


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LittleDi

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08-22-2012

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Originally Posted by JoeZeil View Post
Like if the enemy reports you for hacking but you really aren't.. they just want you banned...how would the tribunal know?
If you're reported for hacking then the tribunal will not know. But riot can review the game for signs of hacking. I don't think you'd be in any line of fire from this.


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08-22-2012

In the case of hacking, I'm sure Riot has the means to figure it out. There are plenty of things people can lie about in their reports, however, that neither Riot nor the Tribunal can verify.


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Debesh Unnos

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08-22-2012

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Originally Posted by rtLtr View Post
they don't, that's why its fail
The Tribunal won't ever receive cases for 'hacking;' that's not a reason to report someone, and the Tribunal is for cases where players are obviously harassing others. It takes a load of of Riot's back; they reward those who judge harassment cases so they don't have to hire people to do it themselves. If someone really thinks another player is hacking, they should get screenshots of the alleged hacking and open up a support ticket.